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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | thou do? ~He is deeper than Hell, and how wilt thou know? 2 1, 10 | Reply OBJ 2: The fire of hell is called eternal, only 3 1, 10 | Job 24:19). ~Hence in hell true eternity does not exist, 4 1, 14 | written (Prov. 15:11), "Hell and destruction are ~before 5 1, 53 | Christ's soul descended into Hell. Therefore a beatified angel 6 1, 64 | place of punishment is hell. Much more, therefore, is 7 1, 64 | of their sin, and this is hell; and ~another, in order 8 1, 64 | of them are even now in hell, to torment those whom they 9 1, 64 | and angels, will be in ~hell, and the good in heaven.~ 10 1, 64 | bound within the fire of hell while they are in ~this 11 1, 64 | 3:6: "They carry fire of hell with them wherever they ~ 12 1, 77 | glutton whose soul was in ~hell: "Remember that thou didst 13 1, 54 | Christ's soul descended into Hell. Therefore a beatified angel 14 1, 65 | place of punishment is hell. Much more, therefore, is 15 1, 65 | of their sin, and this is hell; and ~another, in order 16 1, 65 | of them are even now in hell, to torment those whom they 17 1, 65 | and angels, will be in ~hell, and the good in heaven.~ 18 1, 65 | bound within the fire of hell while they are in ~this 19 1, 65 | 3:6: "They carry fire of hell with them wherever they ~ 20 1, 76 | glutton whose soul was in ~hell: "Remember that thou didst 21 1, 88 | case of the rich man in hell, who saw Lazarus and ~Abraham ( 22 1, 88 | contrary, The rich man in hell said: "I have five brethren" ( 23 1, 88 | It was said to Dives in hell (Lk. 16:25): "Remember ~ 24 1, 99 | have begotten ~"children of hell"; no children would have 25 1, 99 | have begotten ~"children of hell" in the sense that they 26 1, 99 | sin ~which is the cause of hell: yet by sinning of their 27 1, 99 | have become "children of hell." If, however, they did 28 1, 99 | not become ~"children of hell" by falling into sin, this 29 1, 106 | said that the rich man in hell spoke to Abraham, ~notwithstanding 30 1, 112 | angel to ~reign with him, in hell a demon to punish him.~Aquin.: 31 2, 39 | For that which ~leads to hell is not a virtuous good. 32 2, 39 | blessed, be consigned to the hell of sinners." Therefore sorrow 33 2, 73 | maintain that all the pains of hell are equal. So ~far as can 34 2, 73 | nothing about the pains ~of hell, would suffer greater pain 35 2, 73 | would suffer greater pain in hell for a sin of murder than 36 2, 78 | eternal life, or fear ~of hell, if hope give place to despair, 37 2, 87 | a lost soul, because in hell there is no remission of ~ 38 2, 89 | whereas men are punished in hell for no other than mortal ~ 39 2, 1 | fourth, to His descent into hell; the fifth, to His ~resurrection; 40 2, 1 | Further, the descent into hell is one of the articles of 41 2, 1 | But the descent into hell is not mentioned in the ~ 42 2, 1 | error about the descent into hell had arisen among ~heretics, 43 2, 2 | Christ would descend into ~hell in His own Person. But he 44 2, 12 | that "those who are in ~hell, though aware that they 45 2, 12 | blasphemy. Now those who are in hell ~retain their wicked will 46 2, 12 | can escape: whereas, in hell, ~the damned have no hope 47 2, 13 | to come, in the pains of hell. Thus also ~Athanasius adduces 48 2, 18 | both soul and body into hell."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 49 2, 19 | despair is to fall into hell."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 50 2, 24 | the wicked be ~turned into hell [*Douay and A. V.: 'The 51 2, 24 | wicked ~shall be, turned into hell." Secondly, by way of wish, 52 2, 24 | and your covenant with hell shall not stand." Now the ~ 53 2, 24 | for the demons who live in hell and compass death.~Aquin.: 54 2, 24 | so those who are lost in hell, who, ~in this respect, 55 2, 37 | they go down alive into hell, you shall know ~that they 56 2, 63 | and deliver his soul from hell." Again it is ~written ( 57 2, 70 | the eternal punishment ~of hell. Now railing or reviling 58 2, 70 | deserves the punishment of hell, ~according to Mt. 5:22, " 59 2, 70 | fool, shall be in danger of hell fire." Therefore railing 60 2, 93 | have made a covenant with hell." And still more grievous ~ 61 2, 123 | sin alone is the pain of hell due: and yet ~this is due 62 2, 140 | and deliver his soul from Hell." In like manner by ~resisting 63 2, 167 | man who was tortured in hell had ~been clothed in purple 64 2, 183 | with hypocrites," namely in hell.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 65 2, 187 | you make him the child of hell twofold more than yourselves." 66 2, 187 | them doubly children of hell, because, to ~wit, they 67 3, 22 | there is no redemption in hell" (Office of the Dead, Resp. 68 3, 46 | fourthly, His descent into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] Out. 69 3, 46 | sufferer in purgatory, or in hell, or even Adam's pain, if 70 3, 49 | so as not to descend into hell. But after Christ's ~Passion, 71 3, 49 | damnation. But those damned in hell for their sins were not 72 3, 49 | Christ's Passion, because "in hell there is no redemption" [* 73 3, 49 | consequently, the lost in hell cannot avail themselves 74 3, 49 | sepulchre and His soul in hell; thirdly, as to the shame 75 3, 50 | that "He descended into hell," because His soul when 76 3, 50 | the ~body did go down into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 77 3, 51 | taking away the gates of hell." But after rising He was 78 3, 52 | OF CHRIST'S DESCENT INTO HELL (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We have 79 3, 52 | consider Christ's descent into hell; concerning which ~there 80 3, 52 | for Christ to descend into hell?~(2) Into which hell did 81 3, 52 | into hell?~(2) Into which hell did He descend?~(3) Whether 82 3, 52 | Whether He was entirely in hell?~(4) Whether He made any 83 3, 52 | delivered the Holy Fathers from hell?~(6) Whether He delivered 84 3, 52 | delivered the lost from hell?~(7) Whether He delivered 85 3, 52 | for Christ to descend into hell?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 86 3, 52 | Christ to descend into ~hell, because Augustine says ( 87 3, 52 | anywhere in the Scriptures hell mentioned as something good." 88 3, 52 | s soul ~to descend into hell. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 89 3, 52 | to Christ to descend into hell ~according to His Divine 90 3, 52 | for Christ to descend into hell, since He ~delivered us 91 3, 52 | Christ should descend into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 92 3, 52 | that He descended into hell, not according to His soul 93 3, 52 | Christ to descend into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 94 3, 52 | Creed: "He descended into hell": and ~the Apostle says ( 95 3, 52 | gloss adds: "that is - into hell."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 96 3, 52 | for Christ to descend into hell. First of ~all, because 97 3, 52 | body, but also descent into hell. Consequently since it was ~ 98 3, 52 | for Him to descend into hell in order to deliver us also 99 3, 52 | also from ~going down into hell. Hence it is written (Osee 100 3, 52 | I will ~be thy death; O hell, I will be thy bite." Secondly, 101 3, 52 | the captives detained in hell, according to Zach. 9:11: " 102 3, 52 | He might manifest ~it in hell, by visiting it and enlightening 103 3, 52 | that is - Ye princes of hell, take away your power, whereby ~ 104 3, 52 | hitherto you held men fast in hell"; and so "at the name of 105 3, 52 | likewise "of ~them that are in hell," as is said in Phil. 2: 106 3, 52 | Reply OBJ 1: The name of hell stands for an evil of penalty, 107 3, 52 | Christ should descend into ~hell, not as liable to punishment 108 3, 52 | through His descent into hell. On which account it is 109 3, 52 | Christ's soul descended into hell not by the same kind of ~ 110 3, 52 | Christ went down into the hell of the lost?~Aquin.: SMT 111 3, 52 | Christ went down into the hell of the lost, ~because it 112 3, 52 | parts of the earth." But the hell of the lost ~is computed 113 3, 52 | went down even into the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT 114 3, 52 | having loosed the sorrows of hell, as it was impossible that 115 3, 52 | there are no sorrows in the hell of the Fathers, nor ~in 116 3, 52 | the Fathers, nor ~in the hell of the children, since they 117 3, 52 | Christ went down into the hell of the ~lost, or else into 118 3, 52 | of Christ's descent into hell, as ~Athanasius says (Ep. 119 3, 52 | unbelievers were in the hell ~of the lost. Therefore 120 3, 52 | Christ went down into the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT 121 3, 52 | s bosom, without naming ~hell or its woes, I wonder whether 122 3, 52 | that ~He descended into hell. But since evident testimonies 123 3, 52 | evident testimonies mention hell and ~its sorrows, there 124 3, 52 | the place of woes is the ~hell of the lost. Therefore Christ 125 3, 52 | Christ descended into the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT 126 3, 52 | Christ descending into hell "set free all the just who 127 3, 52 | contrary, Regarding the hell of the lost it is written ( 128 3, 52 | did not descend into the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT 129 3, 52 | For going down into the hell of the ~lost He wrought 130 3, 52 | holy Fathers ~detained in hell solely on account of original 131 3, 52 | descended only into that part of hell wherein ~the just were detained. 132 3, 52 | remaining in one part of hell, He wrought ~this effect 133 3, 52 | measure in every part of hell, just as while suffering ~ 134 3, 52 | Ps. 17:6: "The sorrows of hell ~encompassed me." Another 135 3, 52 | holy Fathers suffered in hell, and ~Augustine refers to 136 3, 52 | Now by descending into hell ~Christ took away both sorrows, 137 3, 52 | to Christ's ~descent into hell: and they explain it in 138 3, 52 | in ~prison" - that is, in hell - "in spirit" - that is, 139 3, 52 | did He those who were in hell"; not in order to convert ~ 140 3, 52 | descending in power into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 141 3, 52 | to Christ's descent into hell, but to the operation of 142 3, 52 | sense it cannot be called hell, nor are ~there any sorrows 143 3, 52 | it has the character of hell ~and sorrow. Consequently, 144 3, 52 | bosom, yet it is not styled hell, nor are sorrows said to 145 3, 52 | Even the higher regions of ~hell he calls the deepest hell . . . 146 3, 52 | hell he calls the deepest hell . . . For if relatively 147 3, 52 | same earth, those ~parts of hell which are higher than the 148 3, 52 | designated as the deepest hell."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 149 3, 52 | the whole Christ was in hell?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 150 3, 52 | whole Christ was not in hell. For Christ's ~body is one 151 3, 52 | But His body was not in hell. Therefore, the ~whole Christ 152 3, 52 | whole Christ was not in hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 153 3, 52 | death that He descended into hell. Therefore the whole (Christ) ~ 154 3, 52 | Christ) ~could not be in hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 155 3, 52 | parts of Christ outside ~hell; for instance, His body 156 3, 52 | whole Christ was not in hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 157 3, 52 | womb, on ~the Cross, in hell, in paradise, into which 158 3, 52 | likewise He was entirely in hell, because the ~whole Person 159 3, 52 | Christ's body not being in hell does not prevent the whole 160 3, 52 | Christ made any stay in hell?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 161 3, 52 | did not make any stay in hell. For ~Christ went down into 162 3, 52 | For ~Christ went down into hell to deliver men from thence. 163 3, 52 | seem to have tarried in hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 164 3, 52 | order to break the bolts of hell. Therefore ~He did not make 165 3, 52 | did not make any stay in hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 166 3, 52 | which had gone down into hell: and ~consequently it appears 167 3, 52 | that He made no stay in hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 168 3, 52 | having loosed the sorrows of hell, as it was impossible that 169 3, 52 | seems that He remained in hell until the hour ~of the Resurrection.~ 170 3, 52 | His soul to ~descend into hell. But the body lay in the 171 3, 52 | believed that His soul was in hell, in order that it might 172 3, 52 | be brought ~back out of hell simultaneously with His 173 3, 52 | When Christ descended into hell He delivered the saints 174 3, 52 | once from the confines of hell, ~but by enlightening them 175 3, 52 | with the light of glory in hell itself. ~Nevertheless it 176 3, 52 | His soul should abide in hell as long as ~His body remained 177 3, 52 | the expression "bars of hell" are understood the ~obstacles 178 3, 52 | holy Fathers from quitting hell, through the ~guilt of our 179 3, 52 | Passion on descending into hell: nevertheless He chose ~ 180 3, 52 | nevertheless He chose ~to remain in hell for some time, for the reason 181 3, 52 | descended ~locally into hell with Christ, because it 182 3, 52 | Whether Christ descending into hell delivered the holy Fathers 183 3, 52 | that Christ descending into hell did not deliver ~the holy 184 3, 52 | what Christ descending into hell bestowed upon ~those righteous 185 3, 52 | delivered the holy Fathers from ~hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 186 3, 52 | Further, no one is detained in hell except on account of sin. 187 3, 52 | need to be delivered from hell on ~Christ's descent thither.~ 188 3, 52 | that ~Christ went down into hell was due to sin which was 189 3, 52 | on Christ's descent into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 190 3, 52 | when Christ descended into hell "He broke down the gate 191 3, 52 | gate and ~'iron bars' of hell, setting at liberty all 192 3, 52 | when Christ descended into ~hell He worked through the power 193 3, 52 | when Christ descended into hell, ~by the power of His Passion 194 3, 52 | Fathers were detained in hell for the ~reason, that, owing 195 3, 52 | when Christ descended into hell He ~delivered the holy Fathers 196 3, 52 | principalities and powers," i.e. "of hell, ~by taking out Isaac and 197 3, 52 | before Christ's ~descent into hell. Hence shortly before the 198 3, 52 | the Lord's coming into hell they were freed from their 199 3, 52 | what Christ's descent into hell had brought to the ~righteous 200 3, 52 | His soul went down into hell, and ~bestowed the fruits 201 3, 52 | long as Christ remained in hell, because His ~presence was 202 3, 52 | delivered any of the lost from hell?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 203 3, 52 | deliver some of the lost from hell, ~because it is written ( 204 3, 52 | at Christ's descent into hell; and this seems to imply 205 3, 52 | did deliver ~some from the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT 206 3, 52 | s power was not less in hell than in this world, ~because 207 3, 52 | every state. Therefore, in hell also, ~He delivered some 208 3, 52 | I will be thy ~death; O hell, I will be thy bite": upon 209 3, 52 | the ~reprobate are in the hell of the lost. Therefore, 210 3, 52 | by Christ's descent ~into hell none were delivered from 211 3, 52 | were delivered from the hell of the lost.~Aquin.: SMT 212 3, 52 | when Christ descended into hell ~He worked by the power 213 3, 52 | Consequently, His descent into ~hell brought the fruits of deliverance 214 3, 52 | Now those detained in the hell of the lost either had no 215 3, 52 | account Christ's descent into ~hell brought them no deliverance 216 3, 52 | the debt of punishment in hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 217 3, 52 | When Christ descended into hell, all who were in any part ~ 218 3, 52 | who were in any part ~of hell were visited in some respect: 219 3, 52 | delivered from this prison of hell before ~Christ's coming.~ 220 3, 52 | delivered from every state in hell, as out of every state ~ 221 3, 52 | sin were ~delivered from hell by Christ's descending thither. 222 3, 52 | the children were kept in hell simply because of original 223 3, 52 | Fathers were delivered from hell, as stated above (A[5]). ~ 224 3, 52 | similarly delivered from hell by Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 225 3, 52 | original sin are detained in hell owing to their first ~parent' 226 3, 52 | were they delivered from hell through ~the grace of Christ.~ 227 3, 52 | does Christ's descent into hell, as is clear from what has 228 3, 52 | delivered from ~original sin and hell. Therefore, they were similarly 229 3, 52 | by ~Christ's descent into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 230 3, 52 | be delivered by Him from hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 231 3, 52 | Christ's descent into hell had ~its effect of deliverance 232 3, 52 | whereof Christ's descent into hell ~was one of deliverance. 233 3, 52 | Consequently, Christ's descent into hell did not ~deliver the children 234 3, 52 | Fathers were ~delivered from hell by being admitted to the 235 3, 52 | were not delivered from hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 236 3, 52 | brought by descending into ~hell. But the same cannot be 237 3, 52 | but Christ's descent into hell ~was vouchsafed to the souls 238 3, 52 | from original sin and from hell, but not by Christ's descent ~ 239 3, 52 | by Christ's descent ~into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 240 3, 52 | Christ by His descent into hell delivered souls from purgatory?~ 241 3, 52 | Christ by His descent into hell delivered ~souls from Purgatory - 242 3, 52 | evident testimonies speak of hell and its pains, there is 243 3, 52 | doubt that Christ went into hell, and granted this favor 244 3, 52 | of Christ descending into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 245 3, 52 | penetrating the bars of hell, brought out from thence 246 3, 52 | Therefore, by descending into hell, He did not deliver souls ~ 247 3, 52 | Christ's descent into hell was one of deliverance in 248 3, 52 | by Christ's descent into hell. But if ~any were found 249 3, 52 | by Christ's descent into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 250 3, 52 | But ~Christ's descent into hell was not satisfactory; yet 251 3, 52 | by Christ's descent into hell.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 252 3, 53 | Christ to be held fast by hell" and death. Therefore it 253 3, 53 | having loosed the sorrows of hell": and Rm. 8:11: "He ~that 254 3, 55 | His soul returned from ~hell and His body from the closed 255 3, 57 | the ~saints delivered from hell, according to Ps. 67:19 ( 256 3, 59 | man died and was buried in hell." Therefore it is useless 257 3, 59 | of the lost punished in ~hell, until the Judgment-day. 258 3, 59 | here, or ~are shut up in hell; and this also belongs to 259 3, 69 | twofold, the punishment of hell, and temporal ~punishment. 260 3, 69 | abolished the punishment of hell, so that ~those who are 261 Suppl, 3 | prefer to suffer the pains of hell rather than ~to sin. nor 262 Suppl, 3 | e.g. the punishment of hell. ~Therefore the punishment 263 Suppl, 4 | joy: those which are in hell, have no contrition, for ~ 264 Suppl, 10| from the punishment of hell. Which temporal punishment 265 Suppl, 14| mitigation of the pains of hell?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[14] A[ 266 Suppl, 14| will not be punished in ~hell for the other sins.~Aquin.: 267 Suppl, 14| mitigation of the pains of ~hell?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[14] A[ 268 Suppl, 14| mitigation of the pains of hell. For the measure of punishment 269 Suppl, 14| measure of punishment in hell ~will answer to the measure 270 Suppl, 14| they lessen the ~pains of hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[14] A[ 271 Suppl, 14| 2: Further, the pain of hell, though infinite in duration, 272 Suppl, 14| numerous, ~that the pain of hell would be done away with 273 Suppl, 14| not profit the damned in hell." Much less ~therefore are 274 Suppl, 14| Mitigation of the pains of hell can be understood in two ~ 275 Suppl, 14| taken away), the pain of ~hell cannot be mitigated by works 276 Suppl, 14| works diminish the pain of ~hell - first because he who does 277 Suppl, 14| they mitigate the pains of hell, not by ~subtracting any 278 Suppl, 17| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, hell is opened to whomever heaven 279 Suppl, 17| heaven, has the keys of hell. ~But the Church is not 280 Suppl, 17| said to have the keys of hell. Therefore neither ~has 281 Suppl, 17| Reply OBJ 3: The key whereby hell is opened and closed, is 282 Suppl, 17| bestowing grace, whereby hell is opened to man, so that 283 Suppl, 17| sin which is the door of hell, and closed, so that by 284 Suppl, 17| rather than the ~key of hell, for they are not the same, 285 Suppl, 17| man may be set free from hell by the remission of the 286 Suppl, 17| heaven is also ~the key of hell, since if one is opened 287 Suppl, 43| sinner for the ~flames of hell." Consequently it must be 288 Suppl, 69| 4) Whether the limbo of hell is the same as Abraham's 289 Suppl, 69| limbo is the same as the hell of the damned?~(6) Whether 290 Suppl, 69| to have been conveyed to hell. ~Therefore after death 291 Suppl, 69| are conveyed to heaven or hell immediately after death?~ 292 Suppl, 69| are conveyed to heaven or hell ~immediately after death. 293 Suppl, 69| cannot denote heaven and hell, since ~also after the final 294 Suppl, 69| they will be ~neither in hell nor in heaven until the 295 Suppl, 69| precede the judgment. Now hell fire and the joys ~of heaven 296 Suppl, 69| up to heaven or down to hell before the day of judgment.~ 297 Suppl, 69| also some souls go down to hell ~immediately after death 298 Suppl, 69| died, and he was buried in hell."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 299 Suppl, 69| is either ~plunged into hell or soars to heaven, unless 300 Suppl, 69| speaks, we must ~also reckon hell and heaven, where some souls 301 Suppl, 69| souls who are in heaven or hell are able to go from thence?~ 302 Suppl, 69| that the souls in heaven or hell are unable to go ~from thence. 303 Suppl, 69| He that shall go ~down to hell shall not come up." Therefore 304 Suppl, 69| understanding a person to leave ~hell or heaven. First, that he 305 Suppl, 69| simply, so that heaven or ~hell be no longer his place: 306 Suppl, 69| is finally ~consigned to hell or heaven can go from thence, 307 Suppl, 69| comes ~forth from heaven or hell simply, and do not imply 308 Suppl, 69| 1/1~Whether the limbo of hell is the same as Abraham's 309 Suppl, 69| would seem that the limbo of hell is not the same as Abraham' 310 Suppl, 69| found Scripture mentioning hell in a favorable sense." Now 311 Suppl, 69| the ~same as the limbo of hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 312 Suppl, 69| Further, those who are in hell see not God. Yet God is 313 Suppl, 69| the ~same as the limbo of hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 314 Suppl, 69| not that a man be taken to hell: and ~yet she prays that 315 Suppl, 69| bosom. Now he was taken to hell, for as a gloss [*St. ~Gregory, 316 Suppl, 69| one that liveth," says: "Hell was the house of all the 317 Suppl, 69| grey hairs with sorrow to hell": wherefore Jacob knew that 318 Suppl, 69| that he would be ~taken to hell after his death. Therefore 319 Suppl, 69| Abraham likewise was taken to ~hell after his death; and consequently 320 Suppl, 69| would seem to be a ~part of hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 321 Suppl, 69| is called ~the limbo of hell. Accordingly, before Christ' 322 Suppl, 69| Christ's coming the limbo of hell ~and Abraham's bosom were 323 Suppl, 69| deficiencies it was ~called hell. Accordingly, neither is 324 Suppl, 69| an ~unfavorable sense nor hell in a favorable sense, although 325 Suppl, 69| to it, it was called both hell and Abraham's bosom, wherefore 326 Suppl, 69| Abraham's bosom, ~but not hell by any means. It is to this 327 Suppl, 69| limbo is the same as the hell of the damned?~Aquin.: SMT 328 Suppl, 69| would seem that the limbo of hell is the same as the hell 329 Suppl, 69| hell is the same as the hell of ~the damned. For Christ 330 Suppl, 69| Allusion to Osee 13:14] ~hell, but not to have swallowed 331 Suppl, 69| be said to have "bitten" hell if those whom He ~set free 332 Suppl, 69| the multitude shut up in hell. Therefore since ~those 333 Suppl, 69| set free were shut up in hell, the same were shut up in ~ 334 Suppl, 69| shut up in ~limbo and in hell. Therefore limbo is either 335 Suppl, 69| limbo is either the same as hell, or is a ~part of hell.~ 336 Suppl, 69| as hell, or is a ~part of hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 337 Suppl, 69| said to have descended into hell. ~But he did not descend 338 Suppl, 69| the Fathers is the same as hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 339 Suppl, 69| go ~down into the deepest hell [Douay: 'pit']." Now since 340 Suppl, 69| the same as the ~deepest hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 341 Suppl, 69| 1/2~On the contrary, In hell there is no redemption [* 342 Suppl, 69| limbo is ~not the same as hell. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 343 Suppl, 69| Lazarus received was in hell." Now the soul ~of Lazarus 344 Suppl, 69| limbo is not the same as hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 345 Suppl, 69| limbo of the Fathers and hell in respect ~of the aforesaid 346 Suppl, 69| distinct, both because in hell there is sensible punishment, 347 Suppl, 69| Fathers, and because in hell there is eternal ~punishment, 348 Suppl, 69| place, it is probable that hell and limbo are the same ~ 349 Suppl, 69| that some higher ~part of hell be called the limbo of the 350 Suppl, 69| Fathers. For those who are in ~hell receive diverse punishments 351 Suppl, 69| darker and deeper ~parts of hell according as they have been 352 Suppl, 69| is said to have "bitten" hell and to have descended into 353 Suppl, 69| and to have descended into hell, ~in so far as hell and 354 Suppl, 69| into hell, ~in so far as hell and limbo are the same as 355 Suppl, 69| Job descended, not to the hell of the damned, but to the ~ 356 Suppl, 69| grey hairs with sorrow to hell,' he ~seems to have feared 357 Suppl, 69| rest of good men, but the hell of sinners." ~The saying 358 Suppl, 69| and eternal ~punishment in hell are due to actual sin, so 359 Suppl, 69| original sin. If, therefore, hell and purgatory be not the ~ 360 Suppl, 69| reference to limbo ~and hell (A[5]).~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 361 Suppl, 69| on account of sin, namely hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 362 Suppl, 69| nor would he be in the hell of the damned, since he 363 Suppl, 69| regards ~actual sin it is hell, and as regards original 364 Suppl, 69| are treating now: since ~hell fire is assigned to them 365 Suppl, 69| one would be punished in hell ~eternally: for it is accidental 366 Suppl, 69| be punished eternally in hell. And since this one who 367 Suppl, 69| who will be thrust into hell will not be free ~from all 368 Suppl, 69| since those who are ~in hell can receive the reward of 369 Suppl, 70| the soul sees the fire of hell, it cannot see it save by 370 Suppl, 70| sometimes outside the place ~of hell, since sometimes they appear 371 Suppl, 70| suffer from the ~fire of hell: nor again is it credible 372 Suppl, 70| Given that the fire of hell is not so called ~metaphorically, 373 Suppl, 70| damned are never outside hell, except by ~Divine permission, 374 Suppl, 70| wherever they are outside hell they nevertheless always 375 Suppl, 70| they happen to be outside hell for a time. A gloss on ~ 376 Suppl, 71| profit those who are in hell?~(6) Whether they profit 377 Suppl, 71| profit those who are in hell?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 378 Suppl, 71| profit those who are in hell. For it ~is written (2 Macc. 379 Suppl, 71| sin, and were ~taken to hell. Therefore suffrages profit 380 Suppl, 71| profit those who are in hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 381 Suppl, 71| Now ~only those who are in hell are said to be damned. Therefore 382 Suppl, 71| profit even those who are in hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 383 Suppl, 71| priest who was condemned to hell; and yet he ~confessed that 384 Suppl, 71| profit even those who are in hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 385 Suppl, 71| clear that Trajan was in hell, since "he put many ~martyrs 386 Suppl, 71| even for those who are in hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 387 Suppl, 71| avail not those who are in hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 388 Suppl, 71| the judgment day no one in hell will ~be assisted by any 389 Suppl, 71| those who are detained in hell. Some of these, they ~said, 390 Suppl, 71| since the punishment of hell is finite in intensity ~ 391 Suppl, 71| into the punishments of ~hell without hope of pardon. 392 Suppl, 71| First, because the damned in hell are cut off from the bond ~ 393 Suppl, 71| they were not damned in hell, and thus ~suffrages could 394 Suppl, 71| that they were consigned to hell, not finally, but as ~was 395 Suppl, 71| For purgatory is a part of hell. Now "there is no redemption ~ 396 Suppl, 71| there is no redemption ~in hell" [*Office of the Dead, Resp. 397 Suppl, 71| shall confess to Thee in hell?" Therefore suffrages do 398 Suppl, 71| to those who are in the hell of the ~damned, where there 399 Suppl, 72| Anthony against ~the fire of hell. Fourthly, that due honor 400 Suppl, 72| will always be a stain in hell. Since, then, hell is ~situated 401 Suppl, 72| stain in hell. Since, then, hell is ~situated among the elements, 402 Suppl, 72| place of the ~damned: so hell will not be cleansed, and 403 Suppl, 72| the latter is ~the fire of hell that shall engulf the wicked, 404 Suppl, 72| ought not to be cast into hell for the punishment of ~the 405 Suppl, 72| wicked will be the fire of ~hell: and this fire was prepared 406 Suppl, 72| Tophet, i.e. the valley of hell." But this fire of the final ~ 407 Suppl, 72| fire is ~not the fire of hell which will engulf the wicked.~ 408 Suppl, 72| adds, "to drag sinners into hell." Now the ~passage quoted 409 Suppl, 72| conflagration will be plunged into hell together with the wicked~ 410 Suppl, 72| cast with the wicked into hell, and all that is ~beautiful 411 Suppl, 72| matter will go down into ~hell for the punishment of the 412 Suppl, 72| will not all be cast ~into hell, as stated above.~Aquin.: 413 Suppl, 72| separated from it, and cast into hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 414 Suppl, 72| will be thrust ~down into hell in order to add to the misery 415 Suppl, 83| bodies of ~the damned in hell. Nor does it follow that 416 Suppl, 86| infernal ropes to the lower ~hell, unto torments, to be reserved 417 Suppl, 86| for ever in the dungeon of hell, so that ~they will no more 418 Suppl, 88| center of the earth, where hell will be, ~because then, 419 Suppl, 88| since even the fire ~of hell, while shining for them 420 Suppl, 90| but only in heaven and hell, wherein ~is the end of 421 Suppl, 94| inquiry:~(1) Whether in hell the damned are tormented 422 Suppl, 94| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether in hell the damned are tormented 423 Suppl, 94| 1: It would seem that in hell the damned are tormented 424 Suppl, 94| so is the punishment of hell due to mortal sin. Now no 425 Suppl, 94| is." Therefore neither in hell will there be a punishment 426 Suppl, 94| that, The disposition of hell will be such as to be adapted 427 Suppl, 94| our will. Consequently in hell ~the place must be so disposed 428 Suppl, 94| centre of the earth, where hell is said to be, fire ~cannot 429 Suppl, 94| will so fill the place of hell with their ~numbers, that 430 Suppl, 94| 1/1~Whether the fire of hell will be corporeal?~Aquin.: 431 Suppl, 94| would seem that the fire of hell whereby the bodies of the ~ 432 Suppl, 94| Therefore the fire ~of hell will not be corporeal.~Aquin.: 433 Suppl, 94| their bodies ~are cast into hell fire. But Augustine says ( 434 Suppl, 94| suffer. But the fire of hell, in its mode of ~torture 435 Suppl, 94| There is indeed but one hell ~fire, but it does not torture 436 Suppl, 94| doubt not that the fire of ~hell is corporeal, since it is 437 Suppl, 94| opinions about the fire of hell. For ~some philosophers, 438 Suppl, 94| iv) proves the fire ~of hell to be corporeal from the 439 Suppl, 94| 1/1~Whether the fire of hell is of the same species as 440 Suppl, 94| the other hand the fire of hell, since ~it is a bodily fire, 441 Suppl, 94| light. But the fire of hell gives no light, hence the 442 Suppl, 94| is clear that the fire of hell is of ~the same species 443 Suppl, 94| so is it with the fire of hell ~whereby those bodies will 444 Suppl, 94| Wherefore that the fire ~of hell gives no light is not sufficient 445 Suppl, 94| 1/1~Whether the fire of hell is beneath the earth?~Aquin.: 446 Suppl, 94| But ~this fire will be in hell for ever. Therefore it will 447 Suppl, 94| Therefore the fire of hell is not beneath the earth.~ 448 Suppl, 94| damned ~will be tormented in hell. Now those bodies will fill 449 Suppl, 94| is written (Is. 14:9): "Hell below was in an uproar ~ 450 Suppl, 94| Therefore the fire of hell is beneath us.~Aquin.: SMT 451 Suppl, 94| us from ~believing that hell is beneath the earth."~Aquin.: 452 Suppl, 94| the sea," says, "i.e. into hell," and in the Gospel (Mt. 453 Suppl, 94| middle of an animal, so is hell supposed to be in the ~middle 454 Suppl, 94| in what part of the world hell is situated, unless the ~ 455 Suppl, 94| decision. For some have deemed hell to be in some ~part of the 456 Suppl, 94| infernus [*The Latin for 'hell']), for the reason ~that 457 Suppl, 94| heaven, ~such should be hell in relation to earth." Secondly, 458 Suppl, 94| the earth" to ~souls in hell. Augustine too (Gen. ad 459 Suppl, 94| reasons for the congruity of hell being under the earth. One 460 Suppl, 94| Dei ~xv, 16) says that "hell is stated or believed to 461 Suppl, 94| I ~should have said that hell is beneath the earth, rather 462 Suppl, 94| philosophers have maintained that hell is situated beneath the ~ 463 Suppl, 94| argument, if we assert that hell is under ~the earth. We 464 Suppl, 94| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Hell will never lack sufficient 465 Suppl, 94| bodies of ~the damned: since hell is accounted one of the 466 Suppl, 95| wickedness of the damned in hell will be greater ~than that 467 Suppl, 95| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether in hell the damned would wish others 468 Suppl, 95| 1: It would seem that in hell the damned would not wish 469 Suppl, 95| the flesh to be damned in hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 470 Suppl, 95| therefore can one do ~so in hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 471 Suppl, 95| torment the ~damned in hell as the sight of the glory 472 Appen1, 1| punishment, because the pain of hell fire is most grievous. Therefore ~ 473 Appen1, 1| to the eternal ~pains of hell, for although they have 474 Appen1, 1| than their being ~burned in hell fire. Now these souls will 475 Appen1, 2| retribution both in heaven and in hell. Therefore seemingly it 476 Appen1, 2| deserves the punishment of hell, and ~charity which deserves 477 Appen2, 1| again for those who are in hell, because they cannot be ~ 478 Appen2, 1| OBJ 2: The punishment of hell is called by various names, 479 Appen2, 1| cleansed ~in the same place as hell, but in this world.~Aquin.: 480 Appen2, 1| the same as the fire of hell: and ~hence they are in 481 Appen2, 1| that place was joined to hell, or ~the same as hell: otherwise 482 Appen2, 1| to hell, or ~the same as hell: otherwise Christ when descending 483 Appen2, 1| said to have descended into hell. Therefore Purgatory is 484 Appen2, 1| to, or the same place as, hell.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 2 Q[ 485 Appen2, 1| below and in proximity to hell, so ~that it is the same 486 Appen2, 1| which torments the damned in hell and cleanses ~the just in 487 Appen2, 1| OBJ 2: The punishment of hell is for the purpose of affliction, ~


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